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18 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

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Out of the whole widespread 2'+ numbers in the Capital District of Albany the biggest number on that map is Peru, Ma with the 28".

That place/Savoy never fails to be the most.

Amazing numbers in NY State for sure though, all-timer

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2 hours ago, MetHerb said:

Not sure about others but I love long duration events like this.  It's not often that we have an event that has rounds and is multi-faceted.  There's so many different factors to look at.  I've enjoyed this system and I didn't even jack in it...lol

When we see 3-4 SD 250 wind anomalies we are getting a slow mover. Love that flag for slow movers 

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26.2°F, SN, Just got done cleaning the yard and taking a measurement, Not the totals as the rest of the board but Part 1 was 1.5" and so far, We have got 6.0" out of part 2 with another band working its way thru which looks like it could drop another 0.3" to 0.5" or so not bad for the first major event of the season.

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Anybody seen or heard from Raindancewx and his Albq el nino snow has a negative correlation to big NE snow? Asking for a friend 

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15 minutes ago, dryslot said:

26.2°F, SN, Just got done cleaning the yard and taking a measurement, Not the totals as the rest of the board but Part 1 was 1.5" and so far, We have got 6.0" out of part 2 with another band working its way thru which looks like it could drop another 0.3" to 0.5" or so not bad for the first major event of the season.

Nice dude. How did gyx do for totals

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5 minutes ago, Hoth said:

I'm actually kind of amazed no one out near Albany put up 30"+. Thought for sure someone had a 3 foot tally out there.

They made sure they didn't wipe the board off every 3 hours.

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2 minutes ago, Hoth said:

I wonder what they would've measured in 1888 using that approach. 

Probably 50"-60".

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23 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Nice dude. How did gyx do for totals

Looks like last report was 3.8"at 01:00 pm, New Gloucester is 6.5"

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28 minutes ago, Hoth said:

I'm actually kind of amazed no one out near Albany put up 30"+. Thought for sure someone had a 3 foot tally out there.

I’m confident they did and it just wasn’t reported 

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Welp ... 16" total.   That ties my personal best/experienced single December event, which includes 1992 16" Lowell, 1997 15" Acton, and 2005 14" Acton...   16" 2019 Ayer ! 

Though, each storm in that list was unique and unlike the others, and that includes this one. Also, that's "personal experience" with them; some got more or less in each, of course. 

Something about Dec storms; the common theme is, if your going to push records in this month, it seems it's gotta be a weird event to do it - interesting.

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